Malawi rights activist Trapence survive car crash together with wife, son

Vocal human rights activist and chairperson of Human Rights Defenders Coalitoon (HRDC) Gift Trapence on Saturday morning survived a horrific accident along Zalewa road enroute to Blantyre.

HRDC chairperson Gift Trapence was involved in a road accident along Zalewa road enroute to Blantyre.

HRDC said  Trapence was out of danger in  the accident which saw the vehicle over-turning three times.

He said the accident happened when Trapence was trying to avoid hitting the motor cycle Kabaza man at Lirangwe as he was heading towards Blantyre .

“He just needs to be examined but he looks fine,” said an HRDC official.

Trapence, who was together with his wife and son during the accident said  his wife is complaining of neck pains whilst his 11 year-old son is experiencing back pains.

The HRDC chairperson who said is having pains on the shoulder added that they are currently receiving treatment at  Mwaiwathu Private Hospital in Blantyre.

The accident is likely to spark renewed speculation of attempts to eliminate human rights activist by the regime thugs  with the political climate becoming increasingly charged ahead of fresh  presidential elections.

But clearly in this accident, it was purely an accident which Trapence avoided hitting the Kabanza man and ended up losing control.

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Thaolamowa
Thaolamowa
9 months ago

Policecadetska akufufuza za ngozi yi 25 years. Opposition mangani 25seconds same day. Jane rushes to Sanjika to tell Peter that uwinanso ife tiripo. Trapence wagwa ndi galimoto.

Nyungwa
9 months ago

So the kabaza man was dpp cadet trying to kill the human rights man?

Muroma Mmora
Muroma Mmora
9 months ago

Ali ndi mkwazi ndi wana? Kodi suja amalimbikitsa mathanyulayu uyu? Shupiti kwabasi!

Drogba
9 months ago

Is.the “wife ” male or female ? If female, then this moron is a damn hypocrite, doesn’t live by what he preaches at all, mesa he.promotes gay.rights ? Kuchitana ku.toilet?

A gay married to a woman

BREAKING NEWS: Trapence is married to a female wife and has children despite his continued sleeping with fellow gay men such as Auntie Tiwo. So his fight for gayism was simply to fool non suspecting Malawians. Trapence therefore kisses both male and female sexual parts, worse than a dog.

Akanangofa galu ameneyu!

Nathenje Reloaded
9 months ago

Wokufa sadziwika, a lesson the opposition must learn. It comes like a thief. A couple of days ago there was too much talk of Apm demise. Let’s refrain from such stupidity

Concerned citizen
9 months ago

These motor cycles must be regulated.

Just because someone can ride a bicycle, does not mean they are entitled to start driving a motor cycle. There is need for them to know the highway code.

There is also need to ensure they have adequate lighting and reflector.

Ministry of Transport, kindly assist.

Lockdown
Lockdown
9 months ago

Stupid pipo boma likapanga enforce mumanena kuti munthu osauka ndalama akapeza kuti shupitiii

nafundo zalo
nafundo zalo
9 months ago

nanga kwathu kuno highway code yake ili patipo. ma lanes ongokwanila galimoto wanjinga alibe ufulu oyenda mu tarmac. pofika galimoto kuima kaye. mpanipani.
kwaazathu kuyelekeza ndi timiseu takunotu ndi pedestrian ndi wanjinga.
No wonder SA presdent ankafuna kusaza ndikudabwa kuti koma do you call this a highway??????????

Nyungwa
9 months ago

Wa kabaza alibe ndalama yogulila ma reflector

So when is the funeral ?

Namulondola
9 months ago

So Trapence is married with children?Wow! Why God !

Chikoti
Chikoti
9 months ago

Tisyeni tinamuona mmene amathamangira tijuuzeni mmene znachitikira.osamangoika mulomo nkhani iliyonse ngati muli ndi umboni..the guy was over speeding and control sikanatheka to avoid hitting the other road user .shame kut malawi anawola mmaganizo ndi mkamwa momwe…let road accidents be as such …

ignatius
9 months ago

Kodi mwati wamwalira ndani?

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